Cricket fever gets an artistic twist in Lucknow’s Hotel Lebua
Lucknow: Cricket is a popular game that people from children to elders are lovers of this game. An enthusiasm for this game can be seen from the street of the village to the big stadium. With this enthusiasm, the artists also have their own point of view, for which a four-day special art camp has been organized in the capital of the state, Lucknow.
This camp is very special for cricket lovers. This art camp can be seen in a different and new dimension.
A four-day All India Art Camp titled “Cricket Fever… Batty Art” was inaugurated at Saraka Art Gallery, Hotel Lebua, Mall Avenue, Sayan Nagar. In the inaugural session, Dr. Vandana Sehgal, curator of the camp and dean of the Faculty of Architecture and Planning, welcomed the artists from eight states by giving them bouquets.
On this occasion, Camp Coordinator Bhupendra Kumar Asthana informed the artists about the main purpose of organizing this camp.
Bhupendra Asthana said that in this four-day art camp, all the artists have made cricket bats their canvas. On which painting, installation, engraving etc. on their own technique, style will give the form of an artwork.
Senior artists Anand Moy Banerjee, Dattatreya Apte, Sanjay Sharma, Rajesh Ram from New Delhi, Binoy Paul from Assam, Prem Singh from Manipur, Vijaya Chauhan from Vadodara, Hema Devi from Bihar, Manoj Sharma from Maharashtra, Nilesh Yogi from Madhya Pradesh participated in this camp. Others included Manisha Kumari from Jharkhand and Shailendra Kumar from Bihar have participated including Dheeraj Yadav from Uttar Pradesh.